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My Favorite Things
   featured in the film   
The Sound of Music (1965)
Cream coloured ponies and crisp apple strudel, door bells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles...
Do Re Mi
   featured in the film   
The Sound of Music (1965)
Seventy-Six Trombones
   featured in the film   
The Music Man (1962)
Tarantella
   means   
A Rapid Dance in 6/8 Time, Originating in Italy, or a Piece of Music for Such a Dance
Comes from the name of the tarantula, whose bite was supposed to cause a frenzy resulting in the dance
St Cecilia
   was   
The Patron Saint of Music
Virgin and martyr of the early church
Julie Andrews
   starred in   
The Sound of Music (1965)
Music
   in Polish is   
Muzyka
Poor is
      
The Church Without Music
Music
   in Esperanto is   
Muziko
Ethnomusicology
   is the study of   
Social & Cultural Aspects of Music & Dance
Musicology
   is the study of   
Music
The Sound of Music (1965)
   was set in   
Austria
Moog Music
   was named after   
Dr. Robert Moog
Brooks, Skaggs, Nelson, Parton
   are all   
Country/Western Music Singers
Duke Ellington
   wrote   
Music is My Mistress
The Sound of Music (1965)
   starred   
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, Eleanor Parker and Richard Haydn
The Sound of Music (1965)
   has the tagline   
The Happiest Sound in All the World.
Music of the Night
   comes from the musical   
Phantom of the Opera
Rolling Stone, Uncut, Mojo
   are all   
Magazines For Music Lovers
Liesl, Friedrick, Louisa, Kurt, Briguita, Marta, Gretl
   are all   
Sound of Music Children
The seven children of Captain Von Trapp, which he must somehow raise on his own after his wife has died.
Nashville (1975)
   has the tagline   
The Home of Country Music
De-Lovely (2004)
   has the tagline   
A Love That Would Never Die and Music That Would Live Forever.
Edna St. Vincent Millay
   wrote   
Dirge Without Music
"I am not resigned to the shutting away of loving hearts in the hard ground"
Dance to the Music
   was released by   
Sly & the Family Stone
1968 - inducted in 1998
Historical Impersonations
   contains the line   
Now W. G. Grace As a Music Box.
Please Don’t Stop the
      
Music
From “Don’t Stop the Music” by Rihanna [from Good Girl Gone Bad]
Play That Funky Music
      
White Boy
"Play That Funky Music" by Wild Cherry
Come Mr. DJ Song Pon De Replay
      
Come Mr. DJ Won't You Turn the Music up
"Pon De Replay" by Rihanna
Don't Stop The ___
   contains the word   
Music
Rihanna
Sun
   is missing from the title of   
Music of the ___
Rihanna (2005)
Mind
   is missing from the title of   
Music of My ___
Stevie Wonder (1972)
The Lonely Goatherd
   comes from the musical   
Sound of Music
“Lay ee odl lay ee odl lay hee hoo”
Climb Ev'ry Mountain
   comes from the musical   
Sound of Music
My Favourite Things
   comes from the musical   
Sound of Music
“'Cause with an older woman
Do-Re-Mi
   comes from the musical   
Sound of Music
Roy Claxton Acuff
   was/were the first   
Living Person Admitted to the Country Music Hall of Fame
1962
The Sound of Music (1965)
   starred   
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer and Eleanor Parker
IMDB:7.8/10. Director: Robert Wise. Won 5 Oscars incl. Best Picture, 2 Golden Globes and National Film Preservation Board Award.
Discomania
   is an obsession with   
Disco Music
10,000 Lakes Music Festival
   is held in   
The U.S.A.
Abbreviated as 10KLF, it is an annual four-day music festival in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, at the Soo Pass Ranch. The festival has been held since 2003.
Done With Mirrors
   featured   
Let The Music Do The Talking
1985
Julie Andrews
   won the Golden Globe for   
The Sound of Music
Best Actress - Musical or Comedy, 1965
How Do You Solve a Problem (Like Maria)
   comes from the musical   
Sound of Music
The Music Lovers (1970)
   is a film about   
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Based on a collection of person correspondence, directed by Ken Russell
Music of the Night
   has the opening line   
Night Time Sharpens, Heightens Each Sensation
Written by Richard Stilgoe and Charles Hart for Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 long running West End and Broadway musical "The Phantom Of The Opera" based upon the 1910 novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra by Gaston Leroux. (to borrow Allan's excellent notes)
University of Texas Chamber Singers
   recorded   
American Choral Music
James Morrow, cond; Naxos, 2006
Henryk Gorecki
   composed   
Old Polish Music
Op. 24
Gut-bucket
   means   
Low-down Music
Music City, USA
   is a nickname for   
Nashville, TN
Roxy Music
   released the single   
Dance Away
1970; #2 in the U.K. did not chart highly in the U.S.; but attained lasting popularity
Roxy Music
   released the single   
Love is the Drug
1975; Bryan Ferry gem; peaked at #30 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting acclaim






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